Let’s have some early link inspiration full of Creative Big Magic? Posting early for a extra lovely weekend, first of Advent coming up and all. Wishing you all the best! In this post I am sharing a whole long list … Continue reading ? The post Big Magic | Inspiration en masse appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This short film features spectacular scenery of Norway’s Nordfjord and the annual gathering of friends to chase sea trout on the fly. Via Dryfly Living.
Last Saturday, a drizzly, cool day, I returned to the West Austin neighborhood of Rollingwood to see how the waterwise garden at city hall had fared over the summer. Designed by Scott Ogden and Lauren Springer Ogden, the garden was installed two years ago. Show More Summary
Justin Lewis, Bahamas initiative manager for the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, spoke to students at Lucaya International School about the recreational bonefish fishery in the Bahamas. The students also participated in a field trip to local flats where they helped … more ?
If your lungs are working properly, you probably don’t think about them all that much. They’re pink. There are two of them. Smoking makes them sad. What else is there, really? Well, did you know your right lung is bigger than your left,...Show More Summary
This short clip of footage features an intimate look at a pair of spawning brook trout in a small stream in the Appalachian Mountains. From fly choice to a stealthy approach, read William G. Tapply’s pro tips on outsmarting pressured … more ?
The Susitna River in Alaska is one of the world’s largest wild salmon fisheries. But a proposed hydroelectric dam is cause for concern for the health of the watershed. This trailer shows the story of a radio-tagged king salmon that ...
Emilia Lahti: MA, Applied Positive Psychology, Entrepreneur Graduate Studies Program 2015 Graduate Finland and the US When faced with extreme adversity, why do some people persevere and grow from the challenge, while others... read more The post Technology Is the Great Amplifier of Our Humanity appeared first on Singularity HUB.
Kirk Deeter swore off fishing indicators for a year and writes about what he learned in a recent piece on Fly Talk. “I will strongly suggest that if you want to get really good at this sport,” he writes, “you need to … more ?
I am a huge fan of Frank Lindamood, a bluesman from Sopchoppy, Florida. He has a new CD entitled "The Other Great American Songbook" filled with his favorite (and mine) tunes. You can access my video of Farewell To Nova Scotia here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBLfti5m5NA Grant Peeples orchestrated this show. Show More Summary
What will online education look like in 10 years? That's a good question, and we're about to make some predictions. But first, to keep our perspective, let's talk about a... read more The post Online Education in 2025: Here’s What to Expect appeared first on Singularity HUB.
Humanity is standing on a precipice. We have never been closer to achieving a world where everyone has the ability to live and thrive. Biotech, nanotech and AI promise to... read more The post The Virtual Reality Renaissance: How Learning in VR Will Inspire Action Like Never Before appeared first on Singularity HUB.
This project is so cool. Next Project Awesome has been working on a drink serving project known as Drinkinator. Utilizing a load of RobotGeek Pumping Stations, a Geekduino, and operated by a Raspberry Pi touch screen interface made in Kivy, this beautiful project makes for a fantastic automated party bartender. This project is well documented […]
One of my favorite book designers in Sweden is called Lotta Kühlhorn. A couple of years ago she made hew own book (Designing Patterns by Lotta Kühlhorn) about her process in making repeating patterns and of course it was on … Continue reading ? The post A Book about Designing Patterns by Lotta Kühlhorn appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This podcast is brought to you by Wildside Nature Tours. They offer a variety of tours. Check out the delightful Brome Birding News Cast. Audubon takes a firm stance in favor of collecting the mustached kingfisher for science. Also, here is the article that "literally" make a reader sick. Show More Summary
This short film features peaceful footage of autumn days and small streams. Via Stephan Jutz.
Progress in photorealistic 3D avatar technology, voice synthesis, augmented reality and artificial intelligence, at large, should make it possible within 30 years to bring the dearly departed back to life.... read more The post Resurrecting the Dead—Bringing Back the Dearly Departed Digitally appeared first on Singularity HUB.
I love to inspire you guys to be more creative in your everyday life, but since I haven’t had the energy or time to write posts myself lately (and now I’ve got a horrible cold this week) I will post … Continue reading ? The post Everyday is a good day when you paint | Inspiration en masse appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
“For the very first time ever, humanity can manufacture things off from the face of the planet.” –Andrew Rush, President Made In Space Something deep in human nature drives us... read more The post Lowe’s Joins Made In Space to Bring First Commercial Grade 3D Printer to Space appeared first on Singularity HUB.
This short film tells the story of the work being done to protect the headwaters of the Snake River from invasive species. Via Orijin Media.